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Universitaetsstrasse 2, Innsbruck 6020, Austria
43 0 512 584302
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Universitaetsstrasse 2, Innsbruck 6020, Austria
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This was very interesting church. Especially bronze statues and the tomb itself was super detailed and special.

Thank Origamiboi
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As you may read that this church is one of the most important church in Austria as it has the tomb of Tyrol's National hero and also an Cenotaph (empty tomb) dedicated to Emperor Maximilian. The cenotaph is impressive and is surrounded by 28 Bronze...More

Thank Sahil13
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

On your trip to Innsbruck do stop into this old old church. Built on 1500's it is amazing inside!!! Really interesting statues and beautiful marble. A must see in Innsbruck. It's located near the old section of town so a perfect stop while in that...More

Thank Rgddyup
Reviewed April 4, 2017

Emperor Maximilian the first has an impressive mausoleum in this church, indeed it probably should be stated that the church appears to have been constructed around him - it is so impressive it makes the tombs of Mary Queen of Scott and Queen Elizabeth look...More

Thank Grant T
Reviewed March 29, 2017

Unique church which contains a huge memorial to Emperor Maximilian surrounded by about 30 oversized bronze statues of figures who were important to him - including King Alfred. A highlight of the city.

Thank david s
Reviewed March 11, 2017 via mobile

A fascinating church to visit, particularly because of all the statues that are there, quite unlike anything I've seen before in this kind of space. Recommended!

Thank JackPudding
Reviewed February 25, 2017

Hofkirche of Innsbruck is a Court Church for Austria’s Imperial families. It was commissioned by Emperor Ferdinand I in 1553 to build in honor of his grandfather the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I whose body was buried in Vienna (Wiener Neustadt) according to his wish....More

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Reviewed February 19, 2017

I was a reluctant visitor here but must say the statues were incredible. They are enormous and the detail is fantastic. It was worth the visit.

Thank 27Heb
Reviewed February 10, 2017

We were lucky enough to be admitted right before the closing time and there were only three-four other people in the church at that time. We were able to take a good look at the statues and I promised myself I will read more about...More

Thank Horia S
Reviewed February 6, 2017

Use the Innsbruck card and it is included. The monument for Emperor Maximilian 1. He is buried in Wien Neustad.

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Volevo sapere all'incirca quanto ci vuole per visitare questa Chiesa. Grazie :)
January 12, 2017|
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Response from Carlo C | Reviewed this property |
Ciao, scusami per la risposta tardiva. Concordo con gli altri utenti: la chiesa merita una visita, te la cavi con mezz'ora a mio parere
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